The primary role of this Pharmacy Technician position involves obtaining prior authorizations for infusion medications administered across Corewell Health. If you have experience with navigating insurance benefits and medication prior authorizations, please consider joining our team! The role is hybrid, with an initial onsite training period of ~4 weeks.
This position is a supportive role for the systems ambulatory clinics. The tasks for this position will include, but are not limited to, completing pre and/or prior authorizations, assisting with patient assistance programs, scheduling patients from provider referrals or other registries, working with insurance companies to review coverages, communicating with patients and clinical staff, and managing parts of the medication use cycle. There will be additional opportunities to think innovatively and collaborate on projects with other departments and within our own department.
Pull, transcribe, and organize clinical information from patient charts into third party platforms or navigators.
Complete authorization requests in a timely and efficient manor without compromising quality, to ensure patients receive their care as scheduled.
Identify and schedule appointments for pharmacists from provider referrals, quality reports, and other available registries.
Demonstrate the ability to utilize all payer websites to assist verifying patient's coordination of benefits and authorization requirements.
Assist with inventory and medication use cycle tasks if in clinic.
Organize and track data for multiple payer programs and service lines.
Communicate positively and effectively with patients, colleagues, and clinic staff.
Adhere to all department procedures, guidelines, and standard work with the ability to utilize resources appropriately.
Required High School Diploma or equivalent
Preferred Associate's Degree
1 year of relevant experience Retail or Ambulatory Pharmacy Experience Preferred
1 year of relevant experience Prior Authorization Experience or Insurance Navigation Preferred
1 year of relevant experience Epic Experience Preferred
LIC-Pharmacy Technician - STATE_MI State of Michigan 90 Days required
CRT-Pharmacy Technician, Certified (CPHT) - PTCB Pharmacy Technician Certification Board Excludes - LIC - Pharmacist Intern 90 Days required
The primary role of this Pharmacy Technician position involves obtaining Prior Authorizations for Infusion Medications administered across Corewell Health
Ideal candidate will be a Pharmacy Technician possessing Full Pharmacy Technician License and/or National Certification while also possessing experience in Navigating Insurance Benefits and Medication Prior Authorizations
This is a Hybrid Position, with an Initial Onsite Training Period of Approximately 4 weeks, then working Remotely in Michigan
Schedule is Monday to Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
This position will require someone who resides in Michigan or plans to reside in Michigan while in this position.
Primary LocationSITE - 1810 Wealthy St SE - Grand Rapids
Department NameAdministration - Pharmacy Business Services - GR
Employment TypeFull time
ShiftDay (United States of America)
Weekly Scheduled Hours40
Hours of Work8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Days WorkedMonday to Friday
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